FULTON COUNTY EXPOSITOR
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Three to represent Wauseon Trio of matmen advance to state, Indians place second as team at district By RANDY ROBERTS Expositor Sports Editor
MARION - Three Wauseon wrestlers will make the trip to Columbus on Thursday as Wade Hodges (113), Dalton Nicely (138) and Zane Krall (220) have advanced. As a team, the Tribe finished second behind St. Paris Graham for the team title. The Falcons scored eight district titles and had 242 points. Wauseon had 112.5 and Clyde was third with 106 points. Nicely and Krall each won district titles. “The three wrestlers we did qualify had outstanding tournaments,” said Wauseon coach Mike Ritter. “Dalton and Zane were both district champs and Wade was a strong third. That’s the first time we’ve had multiple district champs in the eight years I’ve been here. I’m so proud of those guys.” Nicely scored a fall in 2:26 to open the tournament, then reached the semifinals with a 6-4 sud-
den victory win over Luke Cramer. He added a 9-4 decision over Shelden Struble of Bryan and a 6-5 win over Cameron Campbell of Sandusky Perkins to claim the championship. “Dalton had a pretty tough road to the finals,” said Ritter of Nicely. “He had to face two wrestlers who he’s faced before, but have always wrestled him tough. He rose to the occassion and then cranked it up a notch in the finals.” Krall opened with pins in 31 seconds and 5:21 to reach the semifinals. It took a tough 5-2 win over Tyler Carrow of Medina Buckeye to reach the finals, where Krall dispatched Billy Ward of Clyde with a 12-4 major decision. “Zane had a really tough semifinal match against a kid from Medina Buckeye,” added Ritter. “He won an overtime match to put himself in the finals against a top-two ranked wrestler from
Clyde who was undefeated. Zane just crushed him.” Hodges lost in the semifinals then battled back to take a third-place match, a 6-2 win over Dalton Howard of Edison. “Wade lost a close match to a Bellefontaine wrestler in the semifinals,” continued Ritter. “He battled back to win a match at the end of regulation in his go-to match, then beat a returning state qualifer from Edison to take third.” Zach Morrow (120), Cody Pontious (126) and Aaron Scheutte (160) all wrestled in fifth place matches. “Even with all those Wauseon’s Zane Krall (facing) won the district championship at 220 heartbreaking losses, we pounds. finished the tournament as district runners-up,” finished Ritter. “To do that, it was a total team effort. We took 12 kids to the tournament and each and every one of them played a big part in our second place finish. We haven’t placed that high at a district tournament since 1996.”
Wade Hodges defeated Nick Bergman of Oak Harbor in a 5-3 sudden vicWade Hodges, coach Mike Ritter, Dalton Nicely and Zane Krall (from left) tory on his way to a third place finish and a trip to the state meet in will represent Wauseon at the state wrestling championships in Columbus. Columbus.
Streaks take title, Panthers finish right behind in D-III PERRSBURG TWP. - Archbold squeaked by league rival Delta for the Division III district wrestling crown at Owens Community College. The Streaks tallied 115 points for first place. Delta was second with 96. Right behind the Panthers was Elmwood, who tallied 95 points. Swanton finished in 15th place with 41 points and Evergreen was 26th with 27 points. Delta and Archbold met right away once the finals began. Kyle Keller of the Panthers scored a 4:11 fall over Drew Coffey of the Streaks to claim the title at 106 pounds. Luke Kern was the other district champion for the Panthers, winLuke Kern of Delta won the 138 pound title over the weekend. (Photos by ning the 138 pound title with a 3-0 decision over Caleb Barnett of South Shelby Gerken) Central. Kern scored pins in :55, 3:03 and 5:54 to reach the finals. Tyler Fahrer of Delta fell to Wyatt Music of Crestline 5-4 in the 145 pound final to finish second. Archbold’s Jordan Cowell made the most of his time on the mats to win the 152 pound title. He opened the tournament with a 19-3 tech fall over Cole Reed of New London, then pinned Justin Simpson of Cory-Rawson in 1:18. In the semifinals he scored another tech fall, 20-3 over Alek Niederkohr of Carey and won with a fall in 2:50 over Nick Miller of Ontario. Delta’s Jared Mattin, who fell to Austin Ripke of Archbold, top, won the 160 pound district championship.
Miller in the semifinals, beat Damen Escobedo of Gibsonburg 7-2 for third and will advance to the state meet. Austin Ripke of Archbold also used two pins to win the 160 pound title. He started with a 7-2 decision over Mike Snider of Genoa, then pinned Sam Saenthavisouk of Carey in 1:46. In the semifinals he pinned Jake Wise of Elmwood in 2:30 and won the title with a 6-4 decision over Nick Hughes of Seneca East. Travis Jaramillo won two exciting matches to reach the finals for Archbold at 195 pounds. In the quarterfinals, he scored a 9-4 sudden victory over Alec Goodrich of Riverdale, then he followed that with a 13-10 win over Nick Metcalf of Gibsonburg in the finals. He was then pinned in 3:09 by Dalton Ishmael of North Baltimore to end in second place. Mimmo Lytle started with two quick matches at 285 pounds for Swanton. He won with falls in 1:11 and 21 seconds, then needed the full time in two tough matches. He beat Nino Majoy of Huron 4-2 in the semifinals and won 2-1 over Justin Gillen of Liberty Center for the title. Swanton’s Jacob McCoy nearly ran all the way through the consolation bracket to make it to Columbus. He fell 3-2 to eventual runner-up Zac Tupps of Galion (See D-III, Page B5)
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Lady Blackbirds win 44-38 in overtime
Only two lead changes in entire game By NORRIS LEDYARD Expositor Staff Writer
The Lady Blackbirds lead early and often over the Toledo Area Athletic Conference champion Green Bears from Ottawa Hills. In the end, Pettisville won an overtime thriller, 44-38 to advance in sectional play over Ottawa Hills. The six point lead Pettisville held late in the fourth quarter melted away like this winter’s snow as the Green Bears mounted a 10-6 charge to a 36 all tie in regulation. From there, Ottawa Hills’ offense sputtered to only two foul shots in the overtime period as Kaitlin Nofziger hit two field goals and a free throw to advance the Lady Blackbirds. “This is a good Ottawa Hills team we faced tonight,” said Pettisville head coach Jason Waldvogel. “It is a game of runs and the Green Bears really came alive down the stretch. This win is a measure of our team defense. “Ashlyn Bontrager did an exceptional job on their leading rebounder (6’ Haley Jarecki). She can easily grab 25 rebounds a game and Ashlyn did some tough work tonight. Lexie King, Lauren Frey and (Audra) Klopfenstein all did a terrific job inside against a talented opponent.” When the action could have gone in favor of Ottawa Hills, Tanner Hostetler was down on the floor and batted the ball to her teammate to break up a potential steal in the third quarter. The instinctual team play of experience showed for the Lady Blackbirds at both ends of the floor. “These players understand how to play the game and how to play as a team,” said Waldvogel. “This is tournament play and the play is more physical. My staff has confidence in all our players. We were prepared and came out ahead at the end.” While the Lady Green Bears won the opening tip to regulation play, they could not cash in on the opportunities. The Lady Blackbirds maintained defen-
Aaron King was the only player in double figures. He had 10 points for Pettisville. Trevor Cox had nine for Fayette. Pettisville finishes 14-6 overall on the regular season. Fayette went 12-8 and 6-4 in the BBC. The Eagles are in action tonight in Division IV sectional play against Edon. The game tips at 7 p.m. in Bryan. Pettisville is a part
END From Page 3B Taylor Miller expanded the Wildcats' lead back to 10 points. Annette Stidham scored the third quarter's final points on a Creager put-back to send the game into the fourth quarter with Napoleon
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100 for Sprow The Panthers then ended the season on Friday by visiting Tinora and pulling out a 44-43 win. The win gave Delta coach Cory Sprow 100 wins for his career at Delta. Each team hit key free throws inside the final five seconds. Casey Liska tied the game for the Rams
TITLE From Page 3B first 14 points in the third period and from there they cruised to a 49-26 win. The win gives Archbold their third straight NWOAL boys basketball title and it is their 23rd consecutive league win. Luke Kammeyer had the hot hand early on for the Streaks. He outscored the Vikings 9-8 after one stan-
of the sectional field and will meet the winner of tonight’s game on Friday. From Page B1 Pett 8 9 12 18 - 47 in the opening round, then Fay 3 10 6 11 - 30 used a 9-7 win over Cole Pettisville: Rufenacht 16-8, Short 1-0-2, T. Beck 1-1-3, Reyes 1-7-9, Bruner 2-3-7, King 3-1-1-10, Pursel 3-0-6, L. Beck 1-02. Totals 13-1-18-47. Fayette: Burkholder 2-04, Hylander 1-0-2, Ferguson 0-1-1, Sanford 1-1-0-5, Cox 3-3-9, Pennington 2-2-6, Boesger 1-1-3. Totals 10-1-7-30.
Williams of Fostoria St. Wendelin, a 5-1 sudden victory over Damian Short of Archbold, a 4-2 win over James Dailey of Delta
comfortably ahead 28-20. Over the final eight minutes the Indians got as close as four points with a 30-26 lead with 3:45 left. They were down 30-25 then later down 31-26 but could not close the gap over the last few minutes as the shots refused to drop.
adjust our game plan.” The Ottawa Hills teams had spent the last two years in Division III competition and have just returned to Division IV. “This is a tough sectional to go through, with teams like Pettisville, Hilltop and Stryker,” said Mercer. “We fought valiantly and came up short.” The Lady Blackbirds play Edgerton Lady Bulldogs Thursday, March 1 in the Thunderdome in Archbold at 6:15 p.m.
before falling to Frankie Alverado of Ayersville in the go-to match for third and fourth. Ryan Patchin became
Evergreen’s first state qualifier in a few years when he won two consolation matches to finish third at 170 pounds.
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when he cashed in two free tosses with just two seconds remaining. Garlinger got to the free throw line for the Panthers with .6 seconds showing and he hit one at the charity stripe to give the Panthers the win. Green had 15 points and Garlinger added 11 for Delta (12-8) who will await the winner of Patrick Henry and Liberty Center for a Division III sectional championship at Anthony Wayne on Friday.
za and finished with 13 points at the half and 23 for the game. Clayton Wielinski led Evergreen with seven points. Evergreen will meet Swanton for a third time this season in a Division III sectional semifinal tonight at 6:15 p.m. at Anthony Wayne. Archbold will play the winner of that game on Friday, also at Anthony Wayne, and also beginning at 6:15 p.m.
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sive pressure on the ball and limited the Green Bears to too many one-and-done trips to their basket. By the time Ottawa Hills head coach Sean Mercer could call time, the Lady Blackbirds jumped out to a 13-3 lead with 3:30 left in the first quarter. The Lady Green Bears responded with a trey and a lay up from Allie Dewire to close the spread to 13-8. A bucket from Caroline Arnos and a bank shot by Allie Dewire made it 13-12. Pettisville continued to grind out their motion offense, with King and Nofziger scoring, and tough defense to gain a 6-0 spurt to move ahead of Ottawa Hills, 1912. Klopfenstein drained a free throw to make it 20-15. Arnos launched a half court toss and was fouled to gain access to the charity stripe. She only hit the second attempt to close out half time with the score 20-16. Nofziger hit two buckets and Tanner Hostetler made the front end at the free throw stripe to stretch the Lady Blackbird advantage to 25-18. Megan Healy countered with four points for Ottawa Hills to close the gap to 25-20 at the end of three periods. While the score surged to 32-26, the Lady Green Bears continued to find ways to score and come up with some tough stops to draw within a single point, 32-31. Bontrager hit both of her free throws at the 3 minute mark to make the score 34-31. Arnos immediately drained a deuce to draw Ottawa Hills within one, 34-33. Dewire committed her fourth foul and sent King to the foul line. She missed Kaitlin Nofziger totaled 20 points for both attempts. At the other end, Nancy Rumpf jacked up a three ball to give over Ottawa Hills. Ottawa Hills their first lead, 36-34 with and King scored six. “It was quite a game tonight,” said 2:12 left in regulation. Nofziger eventually hit two free Mercer. “We continued to make up throws with 45.6 seconds left to tie the ground and really pushed the score score. The Lady Blackbirds applied down the stretch. There is a lot of fight some pressure at half court and disrupt- and persistence in our girls and my staff ed the Green Bear offense to a one and is very proud of their efforts. “It is tournament time and we did get done with a big rebound by Nofziger. Her last second attempt was off the in some foul trouble. We dressed 14 mark which led to the overtime period. players, so we did have enough to send Nofziger led all scorers with 20 points. into the game,” said Mercer. “We lost a Bontrager chipped in for eight points lot of our front line players, so we had to
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Vikes win big in sectional final By DREW STAMBAUGH Expositor Editor
BOWLING GREEN Evergreen built a big first quarter lead and never looked back en route to a Division III girls basketsectional title ball Saturday night. The Vikings topped Elmwood 62-39 after scoring 21 points in the opening period. With the victory, Evergreen moves on the district play at Anthony Wayne High School in Whitehouse. They will face Lake at approximately 8 p.m. Thursday in the second game of a doubleheader. The teams traded buckets to start the game before Brittany Herr nailed a three pointer. Lauren Langenderfer followed with a drive to the hoop for a 7-2 lead. Elmwood responded with buckets from Brittany George and Tori Hillard to cut the deficit to one point. But the Vikings would take over from that point. Taylor Babcock and scored before Herr Langenderfer sank four straight free throws to push the lead to 15-6. Marissa Swavel stopped the Evergreen run with a basket. But the Vikes continued to build the lead. Babcock nailed a jumper and Kendalyn Noe scored off of a steal for a 19-8 lead with 1:25 remaining in the opening quarter. Evergreen took a 21-10 lead into the second. The Vikings picked up where they left off to start the second. They scored the first 10 points to increase the lead to 31-10. Babcock hit a jumper and Herr connected from long distance. Then Carly
Delta coach Cory Sprow talks to his team during a timeout against Edgerton. The Panthers fell to the Bulldogs but on the next night got a free throw from Scott Garlinger to give Sprow his 100th coaching win. (Photo by Randy Roberts)
Panthers fall to Edgerton, top Tinora By RANDY ROBERTS Expositor Sports Editor
Evergreen’s Taylor Babcock (32) and Brittany Herr (30) defend against Brittany George of Elmwood. (Photo by Patty Stambaugh) Truckor added a three before another Babcock bucket made it 31-10 with 5:02 left in the opening half. Nikki Hickman hit a three for Elmwood to end the run. Langenderfer added two from the charity stripe and Marvin scored for a hefty 22
point cushion. The Royals finished the quarter with five points, but the Vikings still held a comfortable 35-18 advantage at the break. Evergreen continued to pull away in the third, giving the Royals no hope of a comeback. Langenderfer poured in
22 points to pace the Vikings. Herr chipped in 11 and Babcock 10 for the Vikings. Sierra Beckford, who had 21 in the sectional opener against Swanton, was frustrated by the Evergreen defense, but finished with a team high 11 points.
EDGERTON - Delta’s swing through the GMC started with a 59-50 loss to Edgerton on Thursday. The win by the Bulldogs gave them their first 20-0 regular season in school history. One bad break that hurt the Panthers came in the waning moments of the third period. Down by two, Delta was playing for a potential trying shot. Instead, they turned the ball over and Brody Flegal hit a trey at the horn that put the Bulldogs up 43-38. “We want the last shot,” explained Delta coach Cory Sprow. “Those are those big buckets at the end of quarters. We’ve got to finish quarters out. We needed that last shot. Whether we make it or not, we keep it out of their hands. We keep it a two or three point game instead of five.” The last big run for Edgerton came at the free throw line. Up by four, Edgerton’s Ben Riehle and Jacob Adams split free tosses to start the run. Adams added a three point play, and technical foul free throws from Nathan Stark were good to extend the lead. Start added one more three seconds later and the lead was up to 5644 with 2:14 left to play. “We answered quite a few runs,” added Sprow. “The lead went back and fourth a little bit. It seemed like we were always a possession down. They made the last run and we didn’t capitalize and we didn’t get our shots to fall.” Delta got baskets from Garlinger and Green late but it was too late as Edgerton finished a perfect season with a 59-50 win. Delta 12 17 9 12 - 50 Edgerton 12 20 11 16 - 59 Delta: Mohr 0-1-0-3, Hatzenbuhler 3-0-6, Macionsky 1-1-0-5, Green 5-1-1-14, Garlinger 1-0-2, Callahan 81-1-20. Totals 18-4-2-50. Edgerton: N. Stark 1-6-8, Riehle 2-5-9, Flegal 5-2-016, Adams 7-4-18, Miller 1-2-0-8. Totals 16-4-15-59. (See PANTHERS, Page 5B)
Wahoos compete in Starts Tuesday regional championship The Wauseon Aquatic Swim Club took part in the northwest Ohio regional championship swim meet in Fremont on Feb. 18-20. The following swimmers qualified for Junior Olympic State Meet: MacKenzie Darnell, Sydney Darnell and Hunter Tresnan-Reighard. The following swimmers also participated at the meet. Girls 10 and Under: Sam Aeschliman and Hayley Meyer in the 50 breaststroke. 11-12 year old: Sydney Darnell in the 50 breaststroke. 10 and Under: Brooke Schuette in the 200 freestyle. 11-12 year old: MacKenzie Darnell in the 100 breaststroke. 13-14 year old: Kasey Darnell in the 500 freestyle. 13-14 year old: Alexis Meyer 200 backstroke.
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FIRST From Page 2B ty cool charcter when it comes to big games and she stepped up big tonight.” Up next will be a district semifinal game against Coldwater. “I've been kind of researching Coldwater for a while now,” added Ripke. “It looks like they may have some shooters on their team. We've wanted a rematch with Archbold ever since Feb. 9th and now we are one win away from it.” Delta 15 13 10 15 – 53 Tinora 13 10 11 10 – 44 Delta: Wymer 1-10-12, Fruchey 2-1-5, Burdo 1-41-15, Harris 3-0-6, Salsbury 5-3-13, Green 10-2. Totals 13-4-15-53. Tinora: Smay 3-2-8, Weber 1-0-2, Flory 3-2-1-
13, Hughes 1-1-3, Timmons 6-0-12, Steingass 0-2-2. Totals 142-6-44. Semifinal win Delta chose to play in the opening round of the tournament and the Panthers defeated Fairview 52-38 in the sectional semifinals. The Panthers got off to a fast start and led 30-15 at the half. “We shot the ball really well,” said Ripke. “That’s nice to see.” Fairview began to go inside to junior post player Abby Grinnell in the second half. What had once been a 22 point lead was trimmed to just seven late in the third period. “The backside help was there,” explained Ripke in trying to guard Grinnell. “She is just 6-3. She has long arms and great hands.
She was catching some tough passes in there. We did a great job of stemming the tide and rallying the troops. We hung on. They throw it up to Abby. They do exactly what they should do. At the timeout, we talked about how our guards got to put more ball pressure so they can’t make good passes.” Bri Raab hit four treys on her way to 14 points. Brigan Wymer added 13 while Burdo had 12. Delta 16 14 9 13 - 52 Fairview 8 7 17 6 - 38 Delta: Raab 1-4-0-14, Wymer 3-7-13, Burdo 1-31-12, Harris 1-1-0-5, Salsbury 1-4-6, Green 1-02. Totals 8-8-12-52. Fairview: Conkey 0-2-2, Meyer 0-1-1, Vance 2-0-4, Clinker 0-1-1, Grinnell 103-23, Hill 1-0-2, Hug 1-13, S. Carder 1-0-2. Totals 15-8-38.
ROLL From Page 2B “I thought Taylor Coressel came out and led that charge in the third quarter,” added Ziegler. “She came out and made things happen. She took a leadership role and forced a couple turnovers and forced a couple jump balls.” The Panthers made no serious threat in the final period as the Streaks went on to post the 54-36 win. Goebel led a balanced attack for Archbold with 12 points. She was the only Streak in double figures. Mindy Rupp added eight points and six rebounds. Farr ended with 23 points and 12 rebounds for Paulding. Archbold advances to
play Lima Central Catholic in a Division III district semifinal at Kalida on Thursday. “It's going to come down to execution,” finished Ziegler. “We have an opponent that doesn't know us. We're going to to have to execute and play well offensively.” Archbold 13 11 18 12 – 54 Paulding 8 9 7 12 – 36 Archbold: Goebel 3-2-012, Coressel 1-1-0-5, Wyse 2-2-6, Rupp 3-2-8, Short 3-2-8, Fidler 3-1-09, Williams 2-0-4, Fricke 0-2-2. Totals 17-4-8-54. Paulding: Edwards 0-22, McCullough 1-1-0-5, Owens 1-2-4, Farr 11-123, Reinhart 1-0-2. Totals 14-1-5-36. Semifinal win Archbold reached the finals with a 77-29 win over Liberty Center in the semifinals on Wednesday night.
Tied early, the Streaks went on a 20-3 run to end the first period to take a 24-7 lead. They pushed it out to 45-15 at the half. Goebel had 16 points to lead Archbold. Two reserves, Darian Oberlin and Jesse Fidler, also ended in double figures. Oberlin had 14 points while Fidler scored 10. Arch 24 21 18 14 - 77 LC 7 8 6 8 - 29 Archbold: Goebel 7-216, Coressel 1-1-0-5, Wyse 3-2-8, Rupp 0-2-2, Short 2-1-1-8, Leupp 1-02, Cody 2-0-4, Oberlin 42-14, Hesterman 1-0-2, Fidler 1-2-2-10, Beck 1-24, Williams 0-2-2. Totals 23-6-13-77. Liberty Center: Meyer 4-0-8, Winterfeld 0-4-4, Weirauch 4-2-10, Davenport 1-1-3, Knipp 12-4. Totals 10-9-29.
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Elections of Fulton County, valuation, for 5 years. The polls for the elec- Ohio Mark D. Hagans tion will open at 6:30 a.m. Chair and remain open until 7:30 Kandice R. Lemley p.m. on election day. Director By order of the Board of February 16, 2012 Elections of Fulton County, Legal No. 8920 Ohio 2/21, 2/28 Mark D. Hagans Chair Kandice R. Lemley NOTICE OF ELECTION Director of Elections ON TAX LEVY IN February 16, 2012 EXCESS OF THE TEN Legal No. 8919 MILL LIMITATION 2/21, 2/28 Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a NOTICE OF ELECTION Resolution of the Board of ON PROPOSED INCOME Education of the Four County Joint Vocational TAX Notice is hereby given School District of Fulton that in pursuance of reso- County, Ohio passed on lutions of the Board of the 29th day of November, Education of the Ever- 2011, there will be submitgreen Local School District ted to a vote of the people of Fulton County, Ohio, at the Primary Election to adopted on November 21, be held at the regular 2011 and December 5, places of voting on Tues2011, respectively, there day, the 6th day of March, will be submitted to a vote 2012, the question of levyof electors of the Ever- ing a tax, in excess of the green Local School District ten mill limitation, for the at the election to be held in benefit of Four County that School District at the Joint Vocational School regular places of voting District for the purpose of therein, on Tuesday, general permanent imMarch 6, 2012, the ques- provements. Tax being an additional tion of levying an annual income tax of 0.5% on the tax of 0.2 mill at a rate not school district income of exceeding 0.2 mills for individuals and of estates each one dollar of valuaresiding in the school dis- tion, which amounts to trict for the benefit of the $0.02 for each one hunEvergreen Local School dred dollars of valuation, District, for a period of five for a continuing period of years beginning January time. The polls for the elec1, 2013, for the purpose of current expenses of the tion will open at 6:30 a.m. and remain open until 7:30 school district. The polls for the elec- p.m. on election day. By order of the Board of tion will open at 6:30 o’clock, a.m., and will re- Elections of Fulton County, main open until 7:30 Ohio Mark D. Hagans o’clock, p.m., of that day. Chair By order of the Board of Kandice R. Lemley Elections of Fulton County, Director Ohio. February 16, 2012 Kandice R. Lemley Legal No. 8921 Director of Elections 2/21, 2/28 County of Fulton, Ohio February 16, 2012 NOTICE OF ELECTION Legal No. 8912 ON TAX LEVY IN EX2/21, 2/28 CESS OF THE TEN MILL LIMITATION NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given ON TAX LEVY IN EXCESS OF THE TEN that in pursuance of a Resolution of the Council MILL LIMITATION Notice is hereby given of the Village of Lyons of that in pursuance of a Lyons, Ohio passed on the Resolution of the Board of 5th day of December, Commissioners of the Ful- 2011, there will be submitton County Board of De- ted to a vote of the people velopmental Disabilities of at the Primary Election to Fulton County, Ohio be held at the regular passed on the 10th day of places of voting on TuesNovember, 2011, there will day, the 6th day of March, be submitted to a vote of 2012, the question of levythe people at the Primary ing a tax, in excess of the Election to be held at the ten mill limitation, for the regular places of voting on benefit of Village of Lyons Tuesday, the 6th day of for the purpose of current March, 2012, the question operating expenses. Tax of levying a tax, in excess being a renewal of 4.1 mill of the ten mill limitation, for at a rate not exceeding 4.1 the benefit of Fulton mills for each one dollar of County Board of Develop- valuation, which amounts mental Disabilities for the to $0.41 for each one hunpurpose of programs and dred dollars of valuation, services by the Fulton for 5 years. The polls for the elecCounty Board of Developmental Disabilities and for tion will open at 6:30 a.m. the maintenance and op- and remain open until 7:30 eration of facilities of the p.m. on election day. By order of the Board of Fulton Count Board of DeElections of Fulton County, velopmental Disabilities. Tax being a renewal of Ohio. Mark D. Hagans 2 mills at a rate not exChair ceeding 2 mills for each Kandice R. Lemley one dollar of valuation, Director which amounts to $0.20 County of Fulton, Ohio for each one hundred dolFebruary 16, 2012 lars of valuation, for 5 Legal No. 8915 years. 2/21, 2/28 The polls for the elec-
NOTICE OF ELECTION ON TAX LEVY IN EXCESS OF THE TEN MILL LIMITATION Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a Resolution of the Trustees of the Clinton Township (Including the City of Wauseon) of Fulton County, Ohio passed on the 3rd day of November, 2011, there will be submitted to a vote of the people at the Primary Election to be held at the regular places of voting on Tuesday, the 6th day of March, 2012, the question of levying a tax, in excess of the ten mill limitation, for the benefit of Clinton Township (Including the City of Wauseon) for the purpose of maintenance and operating expenses of Wauseon Union Cemetery. Tax being a replacement of 0.4 mill existing levy and an increase of 0.1 mill at a rate not exceeding 0.5 mills for each one dol- tion will open at 6:30 a.m. lar of valuation, which and remain open until 7:30 amounts to $0.05 for each p.m. on election day. By order of the Board of one hundred dollars of
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NOTICE OF ELECTION TO BE HELD ON LOCAL OPTION QUESTION(S) Notice is hereby given that pursuant to a petition, resolution, ordinance,, or judgment entry filed with the Board of Elections of Fulton County, Ohio on the 5th day of December, 2011, there will be submitted to a vote of the electors of said precinct, at the Primary election to be held at the regular place of voting therein, on the 6h day of March, 2012, in the precinct designated as follows: WAUSEON FIVE on the questions designated as follows: Local Option for Particular Use at Business Location (Form 5-R) Shall the sale of wine and mixed beverages be permitted for sale on Sunday between the hours of ten a.m. and midnight by Wal Mart Stores East LP, dba Wal Mart Supercenter #2350, an applicant for a D-6 liquor permit, who is engaged in the business of operating a neighborhood store at 485 E. Airport Highway, Wauseon, OH 43567 in this precinct? By order of the Board of Elections, Fulton County, Ohio February 16, 2012. Kandice R. Lemley Director Legal No. 8913 2/21, 2/28
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places of voting on Tuesday, the 6th day of March, 2012, the question of levying a tax, in excess of the ten mill limitation, for the benefit of Village of Lyons for the of purpose parks and recreation. Tax being a renewal of 0.5 mill at a rate not exceeding 0.5 mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to $0.05 for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for 5 years. The polls for the election will open at 6:30 a.m. and remain open until 7:30 p.m. on election day. By order of the Board of Elections of Fulton County, Ohio. Mark D. Hagans Chair Kandice R. Lemley Director County of Fulton, Ohio February 16, 2012 Legal No. 8914 2/21, 2/28 Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate The State of Ohio, Fulton County. CITIBANK, NA Plaintiff(s) Vs KEVIN THOMAS et al Defendant(s) No. 09CV000171 In pursuance of an Order of Sale Issued in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction at the west door of the courthouse, 1st floor in Wauseon, Ohio, In the above named County on Thursday the 8th day of March, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., the following real estate described to-wit: Permanent Parcel No.: 15-026732-01.000 Said Premises Located at: 21600 County Road A, Archbold. The complete legal description of this property can be obtained at the Fulton County Auditor’s Office. Said Premises Appraised at $135,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: CASH IN HAND Darrell E. Merillat Sheriff Maria Williams Attorney Fulton County, Ohio. Legal No. 8902 2/14, 2/21, 2/28
NOTICE OF ELECTION ON TAX LEVY IN EXCESS OF THE TEN MILL LIMITATION Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a Resolution of the Council of the Village of Metamora of Metamora, Ohio passed on the 5th day of December, 2011, there will be submitted to a vote of the people at the Primary Election to be held at the regular places of voting on Tuesday, the 6th day of March, 2012, the question of levying a tax, in excess of the ten mill limitation, for the benefit of Village of Metamora for the purpose of parks and recreation. Tax being an additional tax of 0.5 mill at a rate not exceeding 0.5 mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to $0.05 for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for 5 years. Sheriff’s Sale of Real The polls for the elecEstate tion will open at 6:30 a.m. The State of Ohio, Fuland remain open until 7:30 ton County. p.m. on election day. JPMORGAN CHASE By order of the Board of BANK, NA Elections of Fulton County, Plaintiff(s) Ohio. Vs Mark D. Hagans HOWARD F. DETRAY Chair III et al Kandice R. Lemley Defendant(s) Director No. 10CV000062 County of Fulton, Ohio In pursuance of an OrFebruary 16, 2012 der of Sale Issued in the Legal No. 8916 above entitled action, I will 2/21, 2/28 offer for sale at public aucNOTICE OF ELECTION tion at the west door of the courthouse, 1st floor in ON TAX LEVY IN EXCESS OF THE TEN MILL Wauseon, Ohio, In the above named County on LIMITATION Notice is hereby given Thursday the 8th day of that in pursuance of a March, 2012, at 10:00 Resolution of the Council o’clock A.M., the following real estate of the Village of Lyons of described Lyons, Ohio passed on the to-wit: Permanent Parcel No.: 5th day of December, 2011, there will be submit- 25-047664-02.000 Said Premises Located ted to a vote of the people at the Primary Election to at: 5191 County Road B, be held at the regular Delta. The complete legal description of this property
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can be obtained at the Fulton County Auditor’s Office. Said Premises Appraised at $230,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. OF SALE: TERMS CASH IN HAND Darrell E. Merillat Sheriff Lorelei Bolohan Attorney Fulton County, Ohio. Legal No. 8892 2/14, 2/21, 2/28 Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate The State of Ohio, Fulton County. HUNTINGTON NATIONAL BANK Plaintiff(s) Vs PATRICIA A. HAZLETT et al Defendant(s) No. 10CV000322 In pursuance of an Order of Sale Issued in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction at the west door of the courthouse, 1st floor in Wauseon, Ohio, In the above named County on Thursday the 8th day of March, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., the following described real estate to-wit: Permanent Parcel No.: 06-011656-00.000 Said Premises Located at: 607 N. Fulton St., Wauseon. The complete legal description of this property can be obtained at the Fulton County Auditor’s Office. Said Premises Appraised at $60,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: CASH IN HAND Darrell E. Merillat Sheriff Robert Young Attorney Fulton County, Ohio. Legal No. 8890 2/14, 2/21, 2/28 Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate The State of Ohio, Fulton County. BENEFICIAL FINANCIAL I, INC. Plaintiff(s) Vs BROCK L. CAHILL et al Defendant(s) No. 10CV000358 In pursuance of an Order of Sale Issued in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction at the west door of the courthouse, 1st floor in Wauseon, Ohio, In the above named County on Thursday the 8th day of March, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., the following described real estate to-wit: Permanent Parcel No.: 06-015192-00.000 & 06-016676-01.000 Said Premises Located at: 423 Indian Road, Wauseon. The complete legal description of this property can be obtained at the Fulton County Auditor’s Office. Said Premises Appraised at $75,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: CASH IN HAND Darrell E. Merillat
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Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate The State of Ohio, Fulton County. LLP MORTGAGE LTD Plaintiff(s) Vs CELIA J. NEUENSCHWANDER et al Defendant(s) No. 11CV000269 In pursuance of an Order of Sale Issued in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction at the west door of the courthouse, 1st floor in Wauseon, Ohio, In the above named County on Thursday the 8th day of March, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., the following real estate described to-wit: Permanent Parcel No.: 08-018096-02.000 Said Premises Located at: 16361 County Road L, Wauseon. The complete legal description of this property can be obtained at the Fulton County Auditor’s Office. Said Premises Appraised at $85,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: CASH IN HAND Darrell E. Merillat Sheriff Cynthia Tesznar Attorney Fulton County, Ohio. Legal No. 8901 2/14, 2/21, 2/28 Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate The State of Ohio, Fulton County. JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NA Plaintiff(s) Vs ANDREW M. SCHLUETER et al Defendant(s) No. 11CV000276 In pursuance of an Order of Sale Issued in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction at the west door of the courthouse, 1st floor in Wauseon, Ohio, In the above named County on Thursday the 8th day of March, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., the following described real estate to-wit: Permanent Parcel No.: 22-042700-01.000 Said Premises Located at: 11521 State Route 120, Lyons. The complete legal description of this property can be obtained at the Fulton County Auditor’s Office. Said Premises Appraised at $75,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: CASH IN HAND Darrell E. Merillat Sheriff Cynthia Tesznar Attorney Fulton County, Ohio. Legal No. 8891 2914, 2/21, 2/28
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February 28, 2012
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February 28, 2012
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Panthers claim first sectional title By RANDY ROBERTS
The Wauseon Wahoos summer swim team is looking for coaches for the upcoming season. Appliciants to become head and assistant swim coaches can pick up applications at the Wauseon Parks and Rec office. For more information, contact Andrea Konieczka at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are due by Friday, March 9.
Smith advances to state
Expositor Sports Editor
DEFIANCE - Delta pulled away from Tinora down the stretch to earn their first sectional title in basketball on girls night at Saturday Defiance. The Panthers won 5344 and will play in the first district semifinal at Kalida on Thursday against Coldwater. With the game tied at 41 and 5:27 still showing on the clock, Delta’s defense came to work. They forced five Tinora turnovers and held the Rams to just three points and pulled away. Senior Kirsten Fruchey led the way for Delta. Her only five points on the night came in a quick spurt that allowed the Panthers to pull away. “Kirsten did a great job on the defensive end,” said Delta coach Ryan Ripke. “Offensively, she's our floor general. We want her out there as much as possible.” Haley Timmons did a great job keeping Tinora in the game. She scored two baskets in the paint late in the third period to pull her team back against Delta. “That surprised me,” admitted Ripke about the offensive play of Timmons. “Everything that I have seen and heard is that she isn't much of an offensive threat. She was tonight. It's not she did it against a smaller girl. Hats off to her, she played a good game offensively and defensively.” The play of Victoria Burdo carried the Panthers in the first half.
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Kinsey Smith, a junior at Archbold, will return to the state gymnastics meet after winning the district meet on the floor with a 9.25 and the bars with a 9.40. She also advanced in the vault with a third place score of 9.175 and she was also second in the all-around. The state meet will be held at Hillard Bradley High School on Saturday.
Bowling season ends at district meet ROSSFORD - The high school bowling season came to an end this past weekend at the district tournaments for both the boys and girls bowling teams in Fulton County. The Delta boys team placed 10th with a score of 3,612. Wauseon was right behind the Panthers in 11th place with 3,605. Swanton finished in 18th place with 3,361. Boys Individuals 6. Mike Parsons, Delta 179-265-166; 19. Cole Lesinski, Wauseon 212-222-147; 30. Matt Huffman, Delta 211-185-164; 35. Jacob Herriott, Swanton 205186-162; 46. Bryce Keller, Wauseon 180-169-190; 50. Stewart Graf, Swanton 145-183-206; 52. Adam Wagner, Wauseon 198-183-151; 60. Josh Piasecki, Swanton 134-196-179; 61. Kevin Moden, Wauseon 175-190-144; 65. Chris Bomar, Delta 165-191-145; 72. Jacob Hite, Delta 158-179-152; 82. Ben Mahan, Wauseon 158-131-180; 88. Jeffry McQuillin, Delta 182-134-142. Girls Evergreen’s girls finished 13th at the distirct meet with a score of 3,129. Girls Individuals 10. Manda Martz, Wauseon 151-170-243; 27. Allison Laney, Evergreen 158-164-193; 38. Shelby Kocinski, Delta 153-161-166; 49. Chelsea Carrington, Evergreen 156-144-162; 74. Sarah Wright, Evergreen 131-122168; 76. Brittany Wilson, Evergreen 135-154-119.
Pettisville finishes perfect in BBC
Delta’s Alexa Salsbury goes up around a Fairview player in the sectional semifinal. The Panthers beat two GMC teams, Fairview and Tinora, to adFAYETTE - Pettisville finished a perfect 10-0 in vance to their first district tournament in school history. (Photo by Bill Bray) BBC play with a 47-30 win at Fayette on Friday. The Blackbirds led a slow first half 17-13, then “That shows how much and she comes out and outscored the Eagles 12-6 in the third to start to pull She had 13 points, 12 coming on the triples, at I know,” continued Ripke. torches the nets again in away. They outdistanced Fayette 18-11 in the final pethe half, and it helped “Victoria came out and the first half. She's a pret- riod to make the final 47-30. Delta to a 28-23 lead at hit the first three of the Pettisville ended 14 of 26 from the floor but had 16 night on Wednesday night the break. (See FIRST, Page 6B) turnovers. Fayette committed eight turnovers but was just 11 of 48 shooting. Anothert big difference came at the free throw line, where the Blackbirds were 18 of 21 and Fayette was just 7 of 18.
Streaks roll to district
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By RANDY ROBERTS Expositor Sports Editor
DEFIANCE – The Archbold Lady Streaks ran their record to 22-0 and, more importantly, advanced to district tournament play for the first time in two thanks to a 54-36 win over Paulding in a Division III girls basketball sectional championship at Defiance on Saturday night. It was the defense that set the tone for Archbold. They forced the Panthers into 38 turnovers in the game. The Streaks did get a double-digit lead, 22-10, in the first half. Paulding Pettisville’s Travis Beck (14) drives the baseline was able to get the ball inside to six-foot post play- while Fayette’s Kevin Ferguson defends. The er, Jessica Farr, who Blackbirds went on to win the game to finish 10-0 scored a couple of baskets in the BBC. late as Paulding trimmed the lead down to 24-17 at the half. “I'm disappointed we didn't box her out a little 2343 W Main St. Troy JUST OFF I-75 better,” said Archbold 937-335-0055 coach Brian Ziegler. “I M-W 10am-6pm Th-F 10am-8pm was pleased what we did Sat. 10am-5pm email@example.com against their guards. It was good outside but not very good inside defense.” That all changed at the start of the third period. Early turnovers by Paulding were quickly HEAR YE!! 2012 HEAR YE!! turned into points by the Streaks as they began to pull away. 1700 ** Living History ** 1890 Taylor Coressel snapped off a triple, then added Sat., March 3rd, 9 to 5 ** Sun., March 4th, 9 to 3 passes to Chelsea Goebel Assembly Hall, Greene County Fairgrounds, Xenia, Oh and Abby Short for bas68 North to West Ankeney Mill Rd. to 120 Fairgrounds Rd. kets. By the end of the Admission at the Door $3.00 – Children 12 and Under Free, stanza, Archbold was on Persons in Pre-1890 Clothing $2.00 – No Animals For exhibitor’s packet; Stitchers Cabin, Box 365, Christiansburg, Oh. 45389 Archbold’s Taylor Coressel shoots over a Liberty Center defender. (Photo top 42-24. 937.857.9745 by Bill Bray) (See ROLL, Page 6B) 2256216
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Defense saves Indians By BILL BRAY Expositor Sports Writer
Friday night this season's version of the Wauseon Indians gathered up their eighteenth victory of the season with a hard-fought 34-27 win over the always tough Holgate Tigers. The Indians and Tigers always hold each other to fewer points than the season average by a long shot. Holgate is more of a tactical team that uses defense as their strong suit. Friday night was no different as the Indians had to muster all their strength and abilities to come away with a fourth quarter surge that led them to their 18th win of the year against just two losses. The Indians dominated the first eight minutes with a 13-7 advantage. Wade Wooley scored the game's opening basket before Holgate tied the score only to see it evaporate with a bucket by Tre Henricks as the Tribe moved up 4-2. Wooley scored on a put back off a Henricks miss as the Indians went up 62. Holgate came through with a shot from beyond the arc to quickly close the gap to 6-5. But Colin Dietrich was able to answer back with a Wauseon threepointer to put Wauseon back up 9-5. Wooley pulled down a rebound off a Tigers' miss. Henricks and Alex Woten missed shots, but Wooley was there to put-back Woten’s miss to give the Indians a 11-5 lead. The 7-0 run came to an end with a Tiger basket as the time expired. The Tigers came back to outscore the Indians in the second quarter, though both teams were closed down offensively, Holgate scored the quarter's first two baskets to narrow the Wauseon lead to 13-11. Wooley kept his team out front as he scored on two free throws at ten 2:17
mark for a 15-11 advantage. The two teams switched baskets over the last two minutes as the Indians held a 17-13 lead at the break. The Tigers were finally able to tie the game at 17-17 as they scored the first four points of the third quarter. Colin Dietrich matched a Holgate foul shot, but the Tigers got the next basket as they were up by a 20-18 count with 2:23 left in the third. The quarter ended with the game tied 20-20 and the all important fourth quarter left to decide the winner. Senior Alex Woten proved to be the spark in the final eight minutes that the Indians needed. Behind Woten's athleticism and his ability to play the game of basketball, the Indians pulled off the win. The senior scored the first point of the quarter after being fouled at the 4:18 mark. He then followed a Wooley block with a conventional three-point play to put Wauseon up 24-20. The Tigers continued their aggressive play though with a three-pointer to close the Indians lead back to one point at 2423 with 3:10 left. From there the foul line was Wauseon's best friend as over the last three minutes the Indians made 10 foul shots, including five by Woten as the Indians outscored the Tigers down the stretch 10-4 for the final win. The Indians will begin tournament action tomorrow at Swanton. Their Division II sectional semifinal is against Eastwood and will start around 8 p.m. Holgate 7 6 7 7 - 27 Wauseon 13 4 3 14 - 34 Holgate: Garcia 2-1-5, Mack 1-0-2, Fisher 0-1-0-3, Grim 0-1-0-3, R. Aelker 2-0-4, J. Aelker 1-0-2, Gonzales 4-0-8. Totals 10-2-1-27. Wauseon: Dietrich 0-1-3-6, Henricks Wauseon’s Alex Woten tries in keep the ball inbounds against Holgate. 1-2-4, Bzovi 0-1-1, Woten 1-8-10, Woten ended with 10 points as the Tribe finished the regular season at 18-2 Wooley 4-5-13. Totals 6-1-19-34. with the win. (Photo by Bill Bray)
Wauseon season comes to an end By BILL BRAY Expositor Sports Writer
METAMORA - Archbold pulled away from Evergreen as the Vikings shot 0 for 13 in the third period. Up by just seven at the half, the Streaks scored the (See TITLE, Page 5B)
Tanner Wyse of Archbold pulls down a rebound next to Matt Brighton of Evergreen. (Photo by Patty Stambaugh)
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Wauseon’s Alyssa Reed tries to drive around a Napoleon defender. The Wildcats beat the Indians in the Division II girls basketball sectional championship. (Photo by Bill Bray) the first half from that point with a foul shot by Myles and a basket by Gerken as they took a 1711 lead into the halftime. Annette Stidham opend the scoring in the third quarter only to have her basket answered with a three by Amber Willeman at the 6:28 mark to build Napoleon's lead to 20-13.
Wauseon's defensive pressure turned up a notch as Napoleon scored just two foul shots at the 3:11 mark. Reed had scored two foul shots earlier after being fouled by Kelsey Meyer as the Wildcats were up 20-15. The teams traded turnovers as the Wildcats got a 10-second call fol-
lowed by a misdirected pass by Archibeque that turned the ball back over to Napoleon. The Cats went on a small 6-0 run to open their lead to 10 points before a basket by Reed that made the Napoleon advantage 25-18. A three by (See END, Page 5B)
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HICKSVILLE - The Wauseon Lady Indians gave it their best effort but came up short 35-29 in a Division II sectional title game against the Napoleon Lady Wildcats. Two minutes and thirty seconds passed before Napoleon could find the bottom of the basket with a make by McKenzie Myles to close the gap to 3-2. Bailey Creager was fouled by Courtney Smith as she made the first of two shots as the Indians hung tough with a 4-2 lead. It wouldn't be until the 2:36 mark when Napoleon would tie the game at 4-4 with another Myles shot. Creager put Wauseon back in front on a nice dish by Quincy Brock. Over the final 1:27 neither team hit another shot as the Indians took their close 6-4 lead into the second quarter. The Indians went back in front 9-7 on two Annette Stidham foul shots after being fouled by Kayla Gerken. On Napoleon's next trip back down the court Wauseon's Hailey Archibeque sent Miller to the line. She was good on the first of two shots as Wauseon kept their slim 9-8 lead. Napoleon began to pick up speed over the last four minutes of the quarter. A three by Myles and a jumper by Miller forced Wauseon to take a timeout with 3:16 remaining and Napoleon leading 139. There was no more scoring until a Myles foul shot with 1:13 left gave the Wildcats a 14-9 lead. Alyssa Reed broke the 60 run with a tough basket as the Indians moved to within 14-11. Napoleon then scored the final three points of
Streaks take league title
Published on Oct 11, 2012